Satin Cali drop banging new single and video “One of These Days”

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Wollongong rock five-piece Satin Cali are back with killer new single “One of These Days” and a fun accompanying video, out today.

Bright guitars and explosive vocals over a punchy rhythm section make this rocking track one of the band’s best to date. The empowering lyrics address life’s brevity with such conviction that you’ll forget you’re jumping around to a deep cut.

“One of These Days is about believing in your goals and sticking to your guns, no matter what obstacle is in front of you,” explains vocalist Zac Goluch. “We decided to chill this song out sonically a bit more than some of previous releases, while keeping that Satin Cali grit relevant throughout. A lot of that magic we can credit Jack Nigro for too. Super pumped for this next release! Easily our best work yet.”

The hilarious yet wholesome video showcases the band’s coastal home as the members perform in a variety of locations, such as a fishing boat, lighthouse, football stadium and highway island. There’s something about wheeling across camera on an amp while flipping the bird that makes these boys so damn lovable.

With over 250k streams across seven singles since emerging in 2020, Satin Cali have quickly gained traction overseas after their debut offering “Orange” got airplay on BBC Radio 1. They also have a bunch of sold-out headline shows under their belt, with support slots including local favourites The Terrys, The Debbies and Bakers Eddy.

To support the release, Satin Cali will embark on an interstate tour to Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne in October, with more shows to be added. Get your tickets HERE and follow the band on Facebook and Instagram for more.